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to light over iran's influentialing program. plus the energy drink business is exploding with little regulation. we will hear from a doctor whose new study is adding to growing concerns about the drinks' safety. >>> can you live your life paying for everything by only using online currency? we will be joined by a couple who live in -- or who lived in the brave new world of bitcoin banking. >>> hello. i am antonio mora. we begin with outrageous hospital bills. the mysterious methods hospitals use often puzzle experts. how can it cost one person in california $1,500 to get stitches when the person next to them is charged $500 more and the same treatment in florida could cost over $3,000? as al jazeera's janet tuboni reports, higher costs do not necessarily equal better care. renewing a long-standing debate over how hospitals determine prices. >> hospital costs have americans fed up with the system. >> i think insurance companies and hospitals and healthcare in general are really over the top >> reporter: some even say they would circumvent care before paying. >> if you were going to g
:30 eastern the house energy and commerce committee hears from members of the federal energy regulatory commission. and later at 1:15 eastern, senator patrick leahy delivers remarks on civil liberties and national security. >>> unemployment insurance benefits are set to expire on december 28th. today, the democratic steering committee holds a hearing on what that would mean for close to 1.3 million people. you can see it live at 10:30 a.m. eastern on c-span3. >> friday on c-span, "washington journal" looks at the mission and role of the national institutes of health. starting live at 7:30 eastern with director francis collins on their medical research priorities, future projects and the impact of sequestration. at 8, allergy and infectious diseases director anthony fauci followed at 8:30 by eric green, director of the national human genome research institute. at 9, national cancer institute director harold very mis, and at 9:30, director thomas insole, all with your calls and comments live on c-span. >> as you walk in, there are tables out in front with lots of pamphlets, right? you kno
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.s. would accept a peaceful nuclear energy program in iran. meanwhile, 8 a-year-old merrill newman is back on u.s. soil and with family after being detained in north korea. pyongyang said it deported the 85-year-old veteran of the korean war. north korean authorities seized newman off a departing plane more than a month ago. joining me now, congressman michael mccall, he is chairman of the house homeland security committee and adam shift, a member of the house select intelligence committee. thanks for coming in on a sthoey day. not always easy in washington. i want to start out with merrill newman. i know his son is in your district. you had been back and forth with him. why did north korea seize him and why did they legality him go? >> it's a very good question. i'm not sure we'll ever know completely the answer. it may be as a north koreans have said that, you know, part of a personal pique they found out abouthis war record and pulled him off the plain. it may have to do something with iran and the fact that north korea is the not the focus of attention right now. they often will grab p
energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. >> clite change is causing see levels to rise in it will happen in our lifetime. of lusby demand our readers invest in green technology and een jobs now. now. john: right now because the levels will rise in our lifetime. how do they know? many are clueless. leonardo to capriotes told a reporter he was to take a break from acting to fly around the world to being good for the environment. around the world? we just heard about harrison ford seven airplanes don't they get that puts more carbon than 1,000 light bulbs? it is if they live in a separate stupid world called hollywood nation. that is the title of james hirsen bought. what is going? >> hollywood has embraced environmentalism as a religion they have a high priest the nobel laureate laureate, of the oscar winner of court you have to accept what he says with a knife faith and without logic. >> but some
centralized decision-making. you can imagine that the minister of energy brings in revenues and the prime minister who also happened to be in charge of the investment authorities is the guy who invests the funds that are brought in. also, it is her foundation that is in charge of culture activities and universities like georgetown and texas a&m and others to come. she also oversees cultural activities as well. and then you have this for the last couple of months. he is the chief deputy in many ways. the title of the position was deputy. and then you had the ceo overseeing the whole operation and in many ways, if you think about it, decision-making from investments to cultural activities and overseeing the whole operation, those decisions were made by five people. although the precise number may change by one or two, and some of the personalities might change, the fundamentals of the northeast remain concentrated in that includes legitimacy. an example, this is something that they may have had major problems with it that they don't have. so although they might have equal amounts or both or
most of its energy? is it africa? the middle east? canada? or the u.s.? the answer is... the u.s. ♪ most of america's energy comes from right here at home. take the energy quiz. energy lives here. >>> welcome back to "the lead." i'm jake tapper. time for the world lead. he was a global icon for peace and nonviolence and his memorial service is obviously tomorrow. it's on pace to rival anything we have seen in decades in terms of size and security presence. among the throngs of mourners flocking to johannesburg right now to bid farewell to nelson mandela are 91 heads of state, four united states presidents, tens of thousands of south africans and celebrities from all over the world. there will also be elite military troops, snipers and security dogs all there to watch over a stadium meant to hold some 90,000 people. they are coming to pay their respects and of course, celebrate mandela's life. anderson cooper is on the ground in johannesburg, where he caught up with bono. >> mandela also talked a lot about poverty which is obviously an issue very close to your heart. i think h
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. >> and down the hall, inside the energy and commerce hearing, a congressman who is a doctor going right for the you going glory. -- jugular. >> in this many never-ending distraction for the last few years. >> just minutes those business owners go "on the record." plus, president obama claims republicans don't have solutions. they say that's not true. they were out swinging in the ways and means committee hearing today. >> mr. president, here we are, we have got a better idea. so give me a call. we have asked, haven't heard a word. so my phone number in the office 225-4510. >> well, the president says republicans don't have ideas. is that true? house majority leader eric cantor joins us. good evening, sir. >> greta, good to be with you. >> okay. so, do you have ideas? >> absolutely. and the president knows we have ideas. in fact, we go back to 2009 when the obamacare law was passed, all the republicans in the end voted against that bill but we voted for our alternative. in fact, the alternative that we had was even enjoyed a congressional budget office score which said that our plan woul
thinks about positioning russia has to do essentially with gas, or how does the energy resolution way into this discussion? >> from my point of you, would you have raised involves the ultimate reputation of the refutation of the argument that russia can be a self isolated imperial power more or less within the geographical confines of the former soviet union or the former russian empire. era, the post russia group was -- because of its post-monolithic posture on supplied energy. this is now coming to a rapid russia's hope for future economics is as is increasingly dependent on the chinese being willing to buy all the energy that the russians have to offer the chinese. and the chinese do not get by part of it toward the middle east and toward iran. american position is respect. if all of the prognosis turn out to be right, and they are somewhat speculated still, involves great enhancement in american freedom to maneuver and american projection of its influence by economics and technology. so i think what you have raised is one of the ultimate challenges to the rationality of an effort
, there could be catastrophic consequences, intentional or unintentional. >> the international atomic energy agency characterizes materials from -- on a scale of 1, 2, 3, 4 and so on. in terms of how dangerous it is to human health. if it ends up going out of normal channels. and this is at the top end of the danger to human health. >> the u.s. department of homeland security released this statement to fox news today. it says, quote, all ports of entry are equipped with radiation detection equipment. dhs, in coordination with our federal partner, will continue to closely monitor this situation and remains in close communication with mexican officials. now, officials at the international atomic energy agency, which is the u.n.'s nuclear watchdog group, are also involved in this investigation and they say there are more than 100 incidents of theft regarding radioactive materials reported to their agency every single year. bret. >> casey stegal, thank you. >>> the u.n. involved in another case saying there is growing evidence that syrian president bashir al assad and senior officials have been
supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here we invest more in the u.s. than anyin the last five years -d. making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. this is the moment i knew... ...his future had no boundaries. there are some moments only the forest can inspire. find yours at discovertheforest.org. >> climate change is causing see levels to rise in it will happen in our lifetime. of lusby demand our readers invest in green technology and green jobs now. now. john: right now because the levels will rise in our lifetime. how do they know? many are clueless. leonardo to capriotes told a reporter he was to take a break from acting to fly around the world to being good for the environment. around the world? we just heard about harrison ford seven airplanes don't they get that puts more carbon than 1,000 light bulbs? it is if they live in a separate stupid worldhollywood . that is the title of james hirsen bought. wha
responsibility for the energy company to exploit the environment. >> they get a little tiny bit of knowledge did it become so watered down socialist dribble and he is the attention horror like the paris hilton of film. john: he once a socialis egalitarian system. >> appeals to people when they are very young and idealistic and passionate and insane which is you are supposed to be but then we grow up and pay taxes. he is not relevant in entertainment so he has to say these things to get injured -- attention. john: what about george lucas? he has made billions to help create "star wars" or indiana jones. >> among the people who have known you as a billionaire that is not crazy about capitalism. >> that's true. i grew up in the60s i am a patriot but i am also a believer in democracy not capitalist democracy. i do not believe the rich should by the government and that is the way i feel. >> is that the america you see? >> it has been that way for a long time. john: he does have a point that mitt rich people make contributions. >> it is frustrating for a lot of voters but it is also the unions. we liv
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. the funeral is more than a week away, nick. do we anticipate this type of energy and this type of crowds over the next several days as it transitions into an official time of mourning? >> reporter: i think i would.. they have no intention of going away. they have no intention of not celebrating this man's life, not thanking him for everything that he has done. this man, a patient man, they say thank you. and the funeral will be in southeast south africa where he was born. >> nick, thank you so much. the lasting legacy that nelson mandela leaves behind is raising the awarenes awareness of the h. a.i.d.s. crisis in south africa. we're joined live villa skype from cape town. thank you for joining us. let's talk about nelson mandela as it pertains h.i.v. a.i.d.s. he was not immediately on the forefront of this issue. >> well, initially, in 1994 there were clear indications of serious dedication to begin to address the very really challenges that the a.i.d.s. pandemic presented. however, he was also suspect to all kinds of social norms that precluded the discussion of h.i.v. on a public platform.
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russia has to do essentially with gas, or how does the energy resolution way into this discussion? >> from my point of you, would you have raised involves the ultimate refutation of the argument that russia can be a self isolated imperial power more or less within the geographical confines of the former soviet union or the former russian empire. in his era, the post-russia group was -- because of its post-monolithic posture on supplied energy. this is now coming to a rapid end, and russia's hope for future economics is as is increasingly dependent on the chinese being willing to buy all the energy that the russians have to offer the chinese. and the chinese do not get by part of it toward the middle east and toward iran. american position is respect. if all of the prognosis turn out to be right, and they are somewhat speculated still, involves great enhancement in american freedom to maneuver and american projection of its influence by economics and technology. so i think what you have raised is one of the ultimate challenges to the rationality of an effort to create an increasing
in terms of energy investments. so there's a lot of things you could do with this patient capital in terms of really helping reinvention the infrastructure. >> we're going to go next to sean higgins and then david. >> one of the issues that's come up in the detroit bankruptcy is that cities are museum, its collection is to -- something advocated sound is off to cover the city's debt. i was wondering as an educated if you support that or oppose it? >> let me just say that the educators in the city have been under a different kind of emergency manager for a long time. it was done in a much more come it was done with a lot of conversation back and forth in terms of the educators and the city. and, frankly, frankly our members in detroit have hugely sacrificed in the last two contracts in terms of taking pay cuts and other things, amounting to roughly about 10%. and they've actually not missed a beat and the city's school system working with the educators now, there's been a lot of problems but this new emergency manager has been working with the educators more and they are seeing some real to
, largely because of the posture on the supply of energy and especially so to europe. it is now coming to a rapid end. russia's hope for the economic success is part of the chinese being willing to buy all of the energy that the russians had to offer and americans have position to this respect. and this includes the influence of economics and technology. i think that what you have raised is the ultimate challenge is and this is increasingly imperialistic and i think that it has been traditionally overestimated, and now i fully agree with the situation on the international market not because of the middle east but because of shale gas revolution and and it prevents some from coming to the european market. and second, they have different reasons. and all those calculations and interesting schemes, it is extremely exciting. and as for russia, yes, i agree and i can argue about the relationship and it is so interesting, but that is absolutely true and the perspective for the economic development is much more east oriented now, not necessarily china, but eurasia and asia at large because th
of time on it. it takes a lot of our energy. >> ms. baker? i have been flooded with questions and phone calls over the last year with my clients -- there is just a lot of confusion among wondering if they have to start providing the health insurance, when it will be mandated, what they have to do. burdennitely has been a on my practice to try to answer all the questions that are out there. >> and all those man-hours are borne by your business and therefore you are not making any money. >> absolutely. >> umbel very much for your testimony. >> we do have time for another question or two. i will yield five minutes to records and the pond. hanh. representative on >> it would be nice to hold these hearings with the thought that if we did hear some unintended consequences that impact our small business, that we have the relief of our friends on the other side who would like to work on fixing some of these problems. i get frustrated in these hearings because i know the main purpose is to have more bad stuff -- to add more bad stuff to talk about and attacked the affordable care act. of i would
on contra-mining and submarine, marine type of contra-mining, which can save a lot of energy, money, and be much more effective than what we do today. >> sir, thanks very much for joining us. >> thank you. >>> up next, canada's justice minister on the important role women need to play in afghanistan's transformation. stay tuned. >>> peter mckay is one of the most influential leaders having to serve as a defense minister and foreign minister and attorney general by the age of 48. he has spent time in dianaf forces have served since late 2001 and continue to serve before pulling out for good in march, 2014. i caught up with him at the recent hall fax international security forum he founded as defense minister and i asked him about the role his justice ministry can play in a smart power support to future security affairs. >> well, i think the rule of law is very fundamental to all that we e ng to accomplish through our joint security efforts, whether it is through diplomacy, whether it is military intervention, reconstruction, countries like afghanistan, but one of the very foundationa
that the international community will find for itself that it has been basically, it'ss energy, resources and a great deal of money because these inspections require a lot of money. all of this will have been waited on an attempt, pushed by possessor of nuclear weapons outside the framework of mpt, with most security council regulations that it has not complied with, i am talking about israel and it is diverting international attention, wasting international money, creating a smoke screen, fearmongering, in fact, trading in international fear, & black male in order to advance its legitimate policies and practices in this region. we are not in for a surprise. the international community is for a surprise. >> i see your point. israel, many arab countries are also of the same view that, you know what? we don't trust iran and iran's nuclear program for us is a real issue. >>ibility end from -- >>ibility i need of the day, our neighbors in gcc came out with a statement in cue a kuwait welco the agreement. i welcome their sense of realism and the attempt to address the realities underground rather than anx
'm not kidding. let me say first it's a pleasure to be an al jazeera america. you bring new content and energy to the business. i'm pleased to be on the program. as for who is right and why they are both right, it's true that core al qaeda has been decimated. al qaeda as a top-down organization is over. al qaeda and related terror groups - they are parasitically related in a horizontal way is growing. what mike rogers is saying is that the threats have changed. what diane is saying is that they have increased. >> let's listening to house intelligence chair mike rogers, who suggested the situation may be worse than before 9/11, 2001. >> the pressure on intelligence services to great it right is stronger. more affiliates than we have had have switched to the notion that smaller events are okay. if you have more smaller events, that may lead to their objectives and goals. >> representative rogers brings up the issue of smaller events. do you think that's where we are going, instead of big events, the threat is from smaller attacks? >> i don't know that we can say al qaeda was used to doing big ev
see pacific northwest. this is a beg system. notice a little energy into the southeast. so a little cloudy. maybe light rain around the gulf. a big story, temperatures above normal. so enjoy. that we are talking new orleans by wednesday, that same slow moving up the coast, warming up in the northeast as well. we are actually staying drive. notice the slow offshore. so we're staying drive. let's look at the temperatures, not as warm as we are talking about in the southeast. at least they are above normal. new york seeing 14. boston looking for 43 degrees. now, let's take you out to the pacific northwest. look at this dumping snow. one to two feet of snow. idaho, montana, wyoming, one to two feet spreading down to the west. then to the east. the most important thing is the temperatures. they are going way down. we are taking you to tuesday. notice, bismark 15 degrees below normal. dallas 78, tuesday, wednesday, securities & exchange commission. let's talk about the drop. there we go. 18 degrees below normal by the middle of the week. check out denver. almost 40 degrees below normal so
and gas, it reinforces this issue. the country is spending less on imported energy." you can read the full story on bloomberg's website. the front page of "the pittsburgh post-gazette" -- a look at some of the victims from one year ago and a story that will likely get a lot of attention in the week ahead. this is from "the detroit free press" -- you can get more information by logging on to freep.com. next is robert from massachusetts. decline andre in the reason is because we, as a viewed -- when the world our opinion not to go to war, we would not go with our allies. we are ia country that has of thed because one world sees our moral fabric has declined, that is a decline any way. when bush stole the election world looked the --it is not a has way we go about the world. said we havellers the most disrespected presidents. how does the worldview that? it is a holy mentality. then you look at what happened in wall street, the greed that is going on. this is all that. we are meddling in too many wars. these are the kinds of declines that the country must look at. we are too divided. is theeb
the republicans are right on the energy policy. >> what the thing about the new unemployment numbers? in -- it addsk it to the increase in our energy production. it is just going to come around and nourished the economy. it sounds good and i hope it will go down in the future. optimistic about the job market overall? take away the energy part about it. caller: yes, i am. i am hoping us liberals will start driving smaller and low maintenance automobiles. there are people driving super rules that are high maintenance. if these people would drive low maintenance cars they would have more disposable income to cover their contraceptive coverage or health care, and their pension. i am a liberal democrat that us liberals have to start doing our suffering. i don't know why it will go to a liberal fundraiser. i never see my liberal friends driving small fuel efficient cars. they are still driving the subarus, volvos, minivans, and all that. if you are producing 16 million cars, you better be producing more and more oil. we brag about the increase in house production and yet we do not want to
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city. officials with the international atomic energy agency are reporting now that the truck was delivering a load of cobalt 60 from a hospital in tijuana to a storage center for radioactive waste. a sort of routine matter. the doctors say they use cobalt 60 to treat cancer, but the experts are saying in theory terrorists could potentially use it to make a so-called dirty bomb which uses conventional explosives to spread radiation. those same authorities say this image shows workers preparing to transport the shipment of cobalt 60. the u.n. warns that the substance would be extremely dangerous. and that's a quote, if someone were to damage it or remove it from the protective casing. casey ste gal live in our newsroom in dallas. who knows if the people who got the truck had any clue what was in the back of the truck. maybe they just wanted the truck. but now they have cobalt 60. how dangerous is it? >> shep, very dangerous. we just got off the phone with the nuclear security expert who kind of told us how this stuff is rated on a scale of one to five. one being the most danger
and the minority aids initiative and national strategy on hiv-aids. ow is the time to recommit our energy to an aids-free generation. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlewoman from seek recognition? ms. kaptur: permission to address the house for one minute. as co-chair of the ukranian caucus, i rise today to condemn violence current currently igniting in ukraine yeah at the hands of their top official. their targets are peaceful protestors and journalists who have been harmed. shouldn't the president and the ukranian government be working to ensure a more open society rather than repressing their own citizens. shouldn't they be rebuilding citizens to freely voice concerns about the future of their country. hundreds of thousands of demonstrators. over one million people have taken to the streets out of frustration at that government's abandonment. as protests escalated, journ lifts were met with vial interest police crackdown and many were burned by tear gas. for many years now, ukranians have desired a government and country that embrace liberty, democracy and human
, energy and agriculture. eric is well deserving of this honor and we thank him for his leadership in the field of agriculture and agricultural education. thank you, mr. speaker and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from california, mr. waxman, for five minutes. mr. waxman: thank you very much, mr. speaker. on february 15, a small group of democratic members of the house joined together to form the safe climate caucus. we vowed to come to the house every day to talk about the defining environmental challenge of our time, climate change. today marks the 100th day we have spoken on the house floor. the safe climate caucus is composed of representatives from across this country. we come from the west coast, the east coast, the north and the south and the midwest. we come from coastal regions, urban areas and rural communities. we represent a cross-section of america. we started the safe climate caucus because of the enormous disconnect that exists between what scientists are telling us about the
jazeera america it happens while he was making a live television address. and the energy minister says there was a fault at a substation. the power was cut to around 60 of the country. >> we have information, i have been saying this, there would be new attacks. i put the country and the world on alert. to protect the people. >> here it is. sabotage against the power grid, live and directed. our noble people do not deserve this from a facialis right wing. it is a familiar dilemma. the choice between economic growth, and protecting the environment. in the second report on the lucrative leather industry rob reynolds reports on the environmental impact in daco. >> blood red and letted. gushes from one of the many canneries in the district. >> they produce huge amounts of waste, full of cancer causing chemicals. the water drains untreated straight into the streams and open sewers of this densely populated neighborhood. home to 160,000 people. steels and alleys are piles high with cast off leather trims, bone, and rotting animal parts. >> if you want to know how held looks like, you don't re
. it starts at 8:45 eastern live on c-span2. >>> at 9:30 tomorrow morning on c-span2, a house energy subcommittee hearing a natural gas drilling. the committee will look at how the industry is regulated, how it affects electricity rates, and environmental issues. and in the afternoon, a senate judiciary committee, patrick leahy speak at the second annual conference. he'll talk about balancing national security and civil liberty. that starts at 1:15 eastern also on c-span2. >> the government is doing this and obamacare is terrible. and so those were the guys i wanted to talk to. they were quites with the leaflet. the ideas. so i said to them, you know, is your stuff? they said who are you? i said actually i'm a academic. i'm a researcher and doing research on these organizations. these ideas and trying to understand the guys about it. and i studied men who believe this stuff. and they, you know, a punch of them looked at me suspiciously and said asked me questions. and i just said, look, here is what i am. you know, i don't get. so but here is my job. i want to understand how you guys
the full stats every time i bought this as of monday up pressure on the gas energy. and a full set of the ukrainian state that is comically for funds which gives the fabric store for a new watch with cash through dry throat and cough delivered. we do we store was at the point you just talked about very much in the two thousand and four orange revolution but today's opinion polls show that more than fifty percent of ukrainians consistently back eu integration said. does that mean that these street protests have more taunts of spreading to the east to meet its knowing is again i think its current episode of the divide is no longer a simple and clear captain as geographical the kids to be obstinate and then ten more years to get up that said i think it's still a factor which should come one come and shouldn't dismiss them tidy up a pound. i'll throw in new coverage of the presidents and prime minister. all based in boston that's all. all that's true russian georgia call without segments. all of ukraine society they're in town today the best lesson itself as that is the fact that speak
with the internet school in a new working environment. the energy in the bb do some practice at school. here they do it in real work and practice what they learn. let's teach students the occasional school. employment placement of graduation. i don't know who he's shown continuing skills. like your leisure. i mumbled of the hat that makes it a good one. dion looks great on. to help me complaining that the claimant agreed. all about obama and the team meeting government had commissioned to develop into a catch though education she caught on a dt and the private sector the country's growing to include cyclone. a welsh know christ. you and meaning long woohoo. i eye. the key to the city is in berlin this is the journal. it can be with us. the story. gale force winds battering northern europe in the first one to store. goalies to amber shares in ukraine. most western foreign ministers meeting in kiev expressed support for the opposition this is rich in year to europe remain at record lows ecb chief sunday threatened to punish banks that
with a deliverrable which means the secretary will have to announce. here is the reaction from the house energy and commerce chair. we see more and more evidence that the administration and the signature health care law. the announcement only came last week. what do you make of the bombshell revelations? >> these e-mails show pattern that has been happening throughout the obama care scandal at this point. this goes back to may that there were problems and delays tests thinking missed and major contracts that hadn't been let out and more that there wasn't anyone really in charge. so this administration the white house was so determined to come out with this obama care on october 1st regardless of these problems. >> as each new revelation comes out. let me ask you this, does it make it a bigger problem for is he safe so to speak. does he came out and said i'm going to make she's fixes and i didn't know any of this. problems are so big and so multiple they are still having to fix it. the fixes go a long way. secondly, you know this is a case where the president and democrats put their faith in 1/7
the energy of a person. he has been a president before. amazing what happens in the minds of people. and for that matter, into the world. >> central to the success of the negotiation process that led to a peaceful transfer of power, was nelson mandela's insistence that there need be no losers, just good winners. >> we were not capitulating. you do not cap ittual late and surrender when you do the right thing. you libberate it. that's what you do. it was not a capitulation. >> and a man who said he was liberated quotes from a statement nelson mandela made during his trial all those years >> i have challenged the idea of a democratic and free society. that all persons live together in harmony and equal opportunity. and complete it by saying it is an ideal which i hope to live for. and achieve. but if needs be it is an ideal for which i am prepared to die. not white dom nigsar black domination, it was the balance that enabled him to see it was in the interests of this country that the black leads the black and the whites lead the black. that is nelson mandela. that is his legacy. that
a man that spent 27 years in prison, and the day he was released, he displayed the acumen and energy to the person who has been a president the before. amazing. amazing what insight he had in the minds of people, and for that matter, into world affairs. >> and central to the success of the negotiation process that led to a peaceful transfer of power was mandela's insistence that all could win. >> we handed over power, but we were not capitulating. you do not capitulate and surrender when you do the right thing. you liberate yourself. that's what we he did. it was not a capitulation, it was liberation. >> and a man whohj÷ says he was liberated from a statement nelson mandela made during his trial all those years ago. >> i have cherished the idea of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harm knee with equal opportunities. that he concluded by saying it is an ideal which i hope to live for and achieve, but if need be, it is an ideal for which i am prepared to die having fought white domination, having fought black domination, it was that balance that enabl
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